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Saturday, March 2, 2013

ONE MORE 87 YRS OLD SPECIAL FAMILY PENSIONER HELPED.




SMT.CHITRAI AMMAL W/O LATE SEP.KADARKARAI AGE.87
WHAT SHE WILL DO WITH THIS 6.75 LAKHS AT THIS STAGE.

DELAYED  PAYMENT  OF LUMP SUM PENSION ARREARS

We have come across cases of lump sum payment of pension arrears to widows who are aged above eighty years and bedridden.  Thanks to IESM PENSION CELL,  and various other organizations for creating awareness in this regard.

The Pension guide books published in Tamil by the Exwel Trust, “Therinthu Kollungal” and “Iranuva Pensanarkalukku oru vazhikatti” in Tamil and another pension guide released in Hindi “Gyan Leejiye” for free down load through our Blogwww.indianexserviceman.blogspot.com have created great awareness among the defence pensioners.  The Indian Ex-servicemen Movement have created a great awareness among the ex-servicemen all over India for the demand of One Rank One Pension.  Therefore all ex-servicemen should join IESM and strengthen its movement.

With the help of IESM Pension Cell, the “Exwel Trust” have traced out around fifty Special family pensioners during the past three years and helped each one of them to get a lump sum amount of more than five lakhs.

Recently on 02.03.2013, the “Exwel Trust” have helped a widow aged around 87 years to get a pension arrears of Rs.6.75 lakhs.  This case was referred to us by another organization, who could not succeed in their attempt with the bank to get arrears.  We verified the documents and confirmed to the Union Banks Chief Grievances Officer at Mumbai by letter and email.  The Bank insisted for a confirmation from CDA(P) Allahabad, that the holder of PPO No.F/13055/66 Smt.Chitrai Ammal W/O late Sep.No.6779693 V.Kadarkarai that she is eligible for a basic pension of Rs.7000/- per month.  We represented that the confirmation will take time and by then the widow will die.  All the relevant circulars of CDA on the subject was sent immediately to Union Bank Head Office, Mumbai and Regional Office, Madurai.

In spite of our continued efforts to get the payment at the earliest, the bank insisted for confirmation from CDA(P).  Later, one fine day, the Exwel Trust member made a direct call to the Chief grievances officer Smt.Asha Sharma at Mumbai and explained the health condition of the widow, and insisted for payment before her death. And  If the payment is not made before her death, it will be a great shame to the Bank and the entire banking community.

Finally on 26.02.2013 and amount of Rs.6.74 lakhs was credited to her account.  The widow in a semi conscious state, does not understand what is happening around her. One of her daughter Smt.Muthu Madathi brought her from the village in a hired Taxi and the Bank Manager was kind enough to make payment immediately.

Now the question is why such a situation had arises ?  Who is responsible for this state of affairs ?  If the  the “Exwel Trust”, had not taken such an effective step in the matter, for the payment, the widow would have never received the amount in her life time. Banks should take note of the situation and avoid recurrence in future.

However, we are very much thankful for the Union Bank’s  Chief Grievances Officer Smt.Asha Sharma  at Mumbai, and Shri Palanikumar of Union bank of India Regional Office at Madurai and l the Senior Manager Shri V.Iykodu of Union Bank, Tirunelveli Branch for helping in various ways to disburse the pension arrears to the widow in time.
Special thanks to Smt.Asha Sharma for her patient hearing over phone on the subject.

Some photos taken on 02.03.2013
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Smt.Chitrai ammal wiht her daughter and Grand daughter.

Union Bank Manger is preparing the documents for the arrears while our Trust members Sgt.R.Chellappa and Sgt.Muthukrishnan   and the daughter of Chitrai ammal are watching the process.










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